We In The 10th National Assembly Are Going To Give Kanu’s Case A New Legislative Option-Ifeanyi Ubah
In a recent development, Senator Ifeanyi Ubah, a prominent member of the 10th National Assembly, has pledged to provide a new legislative option to address the prolonged detention of Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB). Ubah expressed confidence that Kanu would be released from detention in the near future and assured the public that lawmakers are working tirelessly to facilitate his freedom.
Speaking passionately about the case, Senator Ubah emphasized the commitment of the 10th National Assembly to ensuring justice and fairness for all citizens. He revealed that he has personally taken the initiative to explore new legislative avenues that could contribute to Kanu’s release, indicating a strong determination within the legislative body to address the situation promptly.
Nnamdi Kanu, a prominent pro-Biafra activist, has been in detention for an extended period, prompting widespread concerns and demands for his release from both domestic and international quarters. His arrest and subsequent detention have been a subject of intense public debate, with supporters advocating for his freedom and opponents arguing for legal action against him.
Ubah said, “I am sure he will come out from detention sooner or later. We in the 10th national assembly are going to give Kanu’s case a new legislative option to facilitate his freedom and I have even personally initiated a move towards that direction.”